What is EMS?
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EMS is an international postal Express Mail Service, for documents and merchandise, offered by postal operators of the Universal Postal Union (UPU).
The UPU is an inter-governmental organization and the primary forum for cooperation between governments, Posts and other stakeholders of the worldwide postal sector. It works to maintain the universal network, establish the rules for international mail exchanges among its 191 members and improves the quality of service for customers.
The EMS Cooperative was created in 1998 within the framework of the UPU. Its main objective is to promote cooperation between members to allow them to provide customers with a high quality, competitive EMS service worldwide.
For answers to general EMS queries, EMS customers should use the customer section to find the appropriate EMS Customer Service Department contact.
Future of EMS Strategic Workshop
A strategic workshop on the future of EMS, is to be held in Berne on 23 and 24 October 2014 >> Agenda and registration
Endorsement of new CN 23 EMS Customs declarations
In September, the WCO-UPU endorsed the documents relating to postal traffic, including the new CN 23 EMS Customs declaration >> Customs.
New web resource on EMS Supply Chain
Members can access a new resource designed to enhance EMS supply chain operations. The pages include new developments relating to customs, transport, security and EDI >> Supply Chain
2014 worldwide coverage - new members
Welcome to New Caledonia and Mozambique as the latest members to join the EMS Cooperative >> EMS Cooperative members